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roll out

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phrasal verb [transitive]
Word Forms
present tense
I/you/we/theyroll out
he/she/itrolls out
present participlerolling out
past tenserolled out
past participlerolled out

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  1. 1
    same as roll1 (sense 9)

    Roll out the pizza dough on a well-floured surface.

  2. 2
    business to introduce a new product or service

    Australia will roll out the prototype of its new jet fighter in January.

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